Friends don’t let friends be frizzy

Okay, so, here’s where I confess that Frizz-Ease isn’t my favorite brand of anti-frizz stuff… more like, second tier. If I run out of my favorite stuff, I use it. If I need to buy stuff for my daughter (to keep her from using my more expensive stuff, ahem), I buy it. And I also fully admit that my hair is pretty difficult, so maybe if you’re not quite as hair-challenged as I am, this stuff may be fine for you.

That said, right now Amazon has a $3 Frizz-Ease coupon available which may make your chosen product dirt cheap.

And now that I’m looking, I see that this includes the Moisture Barrier Hairspray, which—granted, I rarely use hairspray, but sometimes I do, like when I straighten my hair and have to go to An Event, or something—is my hairspray of choice. So there you go. Clip the coupon, buy via Subscribe & Save for free shipping, enjoy.

5 Responses to “Friends don’t let friends be frizzy”

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    Jen January 23, 2013 at 12:28 pm #

    So now you have to tell us, what is your favorite brand for beating down the frizz? They apparently stopped making my favorite, so I’m on the hunt now.

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    Mir January 23, 2013 at 12:36 pm #

    I’m on the hunt, Jen, because I bought a stash of Tigi Catwalk Curls Rock Curl Amplifier when they changed the formula (bought the original formula when I found it, due to widespread comments about the reformulation being terrible), but once I use that up…??? I really like a lot of the Davines products (they’re what my stylist uses) but they’re so spendy. The hunt continues….

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    Crystal January 23, 2013 at 3:12 pm #

    I also liked Curls Rock before the formula change. Currently using Deva. Don’t love it. Pantene has been the best so far, I think, but don’t love that either. Curly girls have it so tough!

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    Brigitte January 24, 2013 at 8:29 am #

    Ugh. I’m an in-betweeny. Just wavy enough to be perpetually frizzy, and nothing seems to reduce frizz unless I A) apply so much smoothing stuff it looks like I dipped my head in olive oil; or B) apply so much styling product it’s like I shellacked my head. I just go with the frizz, phooey.

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    Kristin January 24, 2013 at 1:16 pm #

    Oddly enough…. I have some Aveda straightening stuff that seems to be really good for making curls smooth…. but I’m definitely wavy and not curly.

    And I like biosilk.

    And I just got a Josie Moran Argan oil sampler in my ipsy glam bag…. We will see how that works out. I keep forgetting to use it on my hair but it is a miracle on my cuticles….